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Stories of Hope: Are We Really Up To This?

Posted by: Cynthia Corpuz Tags: There is no tags | Categories: Uncategorized

October
27

“Are you really up to this?” That was Liliko Ngata, 41, on a recent Saturday afternoon in East Palo Alto. Liliko and I were at Project WeHOPE (a local homeless shelter), doing laundry for residents. She – a resident herself …

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Refining Youth Homelessness

Posted by: Carnell Simon Tags: There is no tags | Categories: News & Press, Uncategorized

March
16

The Homeless Children and Youth Act was reintroduced this week in Congress by Stivers and other sponsors, including Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, also a Republican. First proposed in 2014, the bipartisan bill is again dividing advocates for the homeless.

Volunteering @ Project WeHOPE

Posted by: Carnell Simon Tags: There is no tags | Categories: Client Stories, Uncategorized

March
10

There’s more than one way to make a difference, and volunteering is a great way to donate your time to helping any number of Project WeHOPE programs. Even Volunteering your skills, from contracting, accounting, to arts and etc. Enquire how …

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Reducing the criminalization of Homelessness

Posted by: Carnell Simon Tags: There is no tags | Categories: Uncategorized

December
15

The dire shortage of housing affordable to extremely poor people and the chronic shortage of even emergency shelter mean that many people have no other choice but to struggle with living in public places streets, parks, abandoned buildings, and woods. According …

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